When I had to work out a math problem in school my dad always said to start with what you know. Reality is far more complex and important than a passing grade.
How can we know what is really important until we know what is real?
Let's start with what we know using a mind map to plot out the possibilities and weigh each claims' likeliness.
Let's collect explorations, experiments, & explanations, to narrow in on what's real.
When considering reality there are reasonable boundries that we should respect.
For example we should be careful not to smuggle conclusions past a hypothetical border that the a logical train doesn't connect and then grant them observable certainty.
Let's organize a better list of such rules.
Here's a playlist of some ideas about how reality may work.